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Samuel Chapman - Sustainable Salon

I believe in making Samuel Chapman salon as environmentally friendly as possible. Find out below how we are striving to give our guests an excellent service using products that can keep our planet great too!


We use single use towels. 

The towels are made from cellulose which are biodegradable and use about 35ml of water and 96% of this water is recycled back in to their system after a filtration process. 


We use Kevin Murphy products.

Did you know that each plastic bottle will soon be made from ocean waste plastic? Their company alone will be removing 360 tons of plastic from our oceans every year to re-use. Thats the equivalent of 14 million water bottles! 


We use single use gowns. 

The gowns are made from polythene which is recyclable! Each gown will only ever be used once and then put in to our recycling so it can come back as something else in it's next life. 


We use Davines colour brand. 

Davines are a certified B Corp which mean that they meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance. The colour combines the best properties of nature with concepts from cosmetics and textiles. Quinoa protein extract increases the absorption of colour and guarantees that hair fibres lock in colour over time.


We use Bulb electricity.

All of the electricity used in salon is 100% renewable electricity from solar, wind and hydro. 


Not only do we recycle the usual items.

We are now able to recycle all of the foils used in your hair... and even your hair!

We are proud members of 'The green salon collective' who are a not for profit organisation who take materials such as aluminium foil which is a commodity that can be recycled an infinite amount of times. As well as hair to ensure that it will be used to either help adsorb oil from our waterways, be added into gardeners composting mixes, or if it's long enough, be donated to wig making charities. 

Thank you for choosing Samuel Chapman salon

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